Compound Clipping Path
A compound path results from the combination of multiple paths (inclusive and exclusive) and the Boolean operations that ultimately determine what the combined path contains. For instance, an inclusive path which contains a smaller exclusive path results in a shape with a “hole” (defined by the exclusive path).
A clipping path is a closed vector path, or shape, used to cut out a 2D image in image editing software. Anything inside the path will be included after the clipping path is applied; anything outside the path will be omitted from the output. Applying the clipping path results in a hard (aliased) or soft (anti-aliased) edge, depending on the image editor’s capabilities.
Compound Clipping Path is done on items or products prototyping several basic shapes and compound shapes (number of closed paths drawn: from 3 to 8 paths). Compound Clipping Path service is employed in products which have numerous curves.
Clipping Path or Image Outlining, or Image Cutout is the most effective background knockout technique used in extracting the image without affecting the quality. (Compound Clipping Path) is done on items or products prototyping several basic shapes, compound shapes, complex shapes, or many simple or compound shapes. Compound Clipping Path (image outlining in Photoshop) technique requires maximum of 30/45 minutes for removing images from their background with maximum accuracy. These are Images have a maximum of 15 embedded transparency (holes) and have numerous curves.
Items or products image that require Compound Clipping Path (background removal)
- Set of displayed goggles & sunglasses, and fashion items,
- A number of glasses & bottles of wine, drugs & medication, cosmetics,
- kitchenware & kitchen appliances taken in group shot,
- handbags, isolated apparel or clothes (not worn), dress materials
- Furniture, bedding, and interior images with little background to cutout,
- Machinery spare parts, computer hardware, mobile phones, laptops, camera, televisions, electronic appliances, and more.